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Mr C sustained a dog bite to his hand whilst delivering post to business premises. Liability was denied by the occupiers of the premises alleging that no deliveries were made to their address. The police were informed of the incident and on obtaining their report we were able to prove that the police had visited the premises and warned them about their dog. Mr C sustained nasty lacerations to his hand which healed leaving scars which were painful and reduced his ability to grip.

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